1-ON-1 Training at CROM Physical Culture w/ Head Coach Chris Romulo
1 on 1 Training & Nutritional Coaching with Chris Romulo
SHRED! vs. CrossFit
There are more similarities than differences between CrossFit and SHRED!, but the main difference is that in SHRED!, there’s an absence of heavy barbell work and technical movements as with CrossFit. This allows you to get down to mastering the basics while toning and sculpting your body. Getting people to move and breaking a sweat at high intensity work is the key to SHRED!’s success!
If you are seeking a fun workout designed for any fitness level, but aren’t interested in studying the intricate movements associated with CrossFit, then SHRED! is the perfect option for you.
What does a typical SHRED! include?
SHRED! classes are 45-60 minutes and typically start with a dynamic warm up and various mobility exercises designed to get your body ready to work safely and effectively. The main focus of the SHRED! training session is comprised of combinations of strength and cardiovascular exercises, which can employ any of the following, and more:
• Body weight exercises
• Kettle bells
• Medicine balls
• Jump Roping
• Resistance Band work
CrossFit Elements is a 3 hour training course that teaches you the foundational movements commonly encountered in CrossFit workouts. This necessary course is the perfect opportunity to get familiar with the movements so that you may perform them safely and confidently in our group classes! You can split up the training course in to 2- 3 Sunday’s if necessary. You will need to complete all 3 hours in order to participate in any WOD class. The cost for this course is just $49. You MUST rsvp for this course:email@example.com
• Skipping rope
• Learning hand wrapping
• Dynamic warm up routine
• Skipping Rope & Shadowboxing
• Stance and footwork
• Basic strikes
• Bag & Shield work
After building a strong foundation, beginner students will progress in to “Thai pad” training. While still focusing on developing fitness levels, the intermediate student will also move on to more advanced “partner drills”. Students will use controlled contact with padded training gear to learn offensive and defensive techniques. It is suggested that a student participates in at least 30-50 hours of Beginner’s Muay Thai techniques before moving on to intermediate/advanced drills. Int/Advanced students must have Proper sparring gear; headgear, shinguards, 16 oz gloves, cup (men), mouthpiece and hand wraps.
Classes will start off with agility and calisthenic style movements to warm up the body. The instructor will bring the student through drill training; IE Gound positioning, submission techniques, defense, reversals sweeps, etc. Depending on your experience you will then go through scenario rolling or live rolling to work on the application of techniques taught during class.
• Skip rope
• Master Various Footwork drills
• Learn basic to advanced punch combos
• Learn defense
• Perform all you’ve learned on various bags & mitts.
• Drills & Sparring (optional)